With the popularity of ultrabooks on the rise, gaining popularity among the masses, especially among students, the question of whether or not these mobile computing systems are okay to game on. For the most part, the answer to this question is no, because ultrabooks are designed more so to be mobile than to provide high-end performance, particularly for graphics.

One ultrabook has emerged though, that may provide an adequate solution. Sony has a VAIO T Series line that is configured with good technolgy that allows for some gaming. With Ivy Bridge processors, hybrid hard drives, and a solid set of speakers, VAIO T Series ultrabooks can pack a decent punch.

No more lugging around a heavy and bulkly gaming laptop, such as Toshiba’s Qosmio machines. The VAIO T Series Ultrabooks are the machines for you.

I know, I know, the ultrabook isn’t built for gaming. It’s underpowered compared to anything with an Alienware label, its hard drive is too small, and it doesn’t have a dedicated graphics card. But I’ve spent the past few months working with Sony’s Vaio T ultrabook, and I’ve been pleasantly, stunningly surprised by what I’ve been able to accomplish as a gamer.

Read more: How Sony’s Vaio T Ultrabook Brings PC Gaming to You


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